Help your pet thrive with the power of protein-rich recipes that nourish as nature intended. As obligate carnivores, modern cats are built like their ancestors and thrive on a Biologically Appropriate diet rich in protein and fat sourced from a variety of animal ingredients. ORIJEN Regional Red Cat food recipe is made with meat, organs, cartilage, and edible bone from fresh or raw ** ranch-raised beef, wild boar, Boer goat, and grass-fed lamb. With rich inclusions of WholePrey animals, ORIJEN Regional Red Cat food is made with the most nutrient-dense, succulent parts of the prey to deliver the nutrition cats need.
Nourish As Nature Intended
Grain-free with 90%* protein-rich animal sources, 10%+ fruits, vegetables, and nutrients, and no added no added soy, corn, wheat or tapioca
First 5 ingredients always fresh or raw protein including meat and organs
Coated with freeze-dried liver for a taste your cat instinctively craves
*approximate and derived from the unprocessed state of the ingredients. +we also add vitamins, minerals, natural preservatives and probiotics. **Our fresh ingredients use refrigeration as the sole method of preservation. Our raw ingredients are the same as our fresh, but are frozen at the peak of freshness to preserve nutrients.
ORIJEN Regional Red Cat recipe is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Cat Food Nutrient Proﬁles for All Life Stages.
Your cat or kitten is unique and her feeding requirements will vary with her environment, age, and activity. That’s why we suggest starting with the guides below, and then monitoring her weight and adjusting portions as needed. † Use a standard 250ml/120g measuring cup. Feed twice daily and remember to always keep fresh, clean water available.
By providing more calories from protein and fat (and fewer from carbohydrates), ORIJEN Regional Red distributes calories to mirror the natural feline diet, reducing the risk of obesity and diabetes. Metabolizable Energy is 4060 kcal/kg (463 kcal per 250ml/130g cup) with calories distributed to support peak conditioning; 39% from protein, 17% from vegetables and fruits, and 44% from fat.
Below guide provides a starting point, to be adjusted as needed to maintain optimum weight and peak conditioning. We suggest monitoring your pet’s weight and adjusting rations as needed. We recommend feeding twice daily.
A gradual incorporation of new food helps prevent any stomach upsets. Adding the new diet in 25% increments can make the transition to a new diet smooth and comfortable.